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  1. Rightbench2004
    07-21-2010 08:35 AM
    Rightbench2004
    just my mezmory. I can recap 2-3 rounds in my head most of the time. Close my eyes and walkthrough the course.
  2. A.E.Paul
    07-20-2010 11:57 AM
    A.E.Paul
    What're you keeping score with? Is that just your great memory or are you taking copious notes somewhere else?
  3. A.E.Paul
    07-20-2010 11:52 AM
    A.E.Paul
    I have not a clue what was special about it. I'd have to play it a couple more times before I could be sure. It did have some good grass fairways and had some pretty long holes.

    We stopped at Crystal on Sunday. No time to play, but it looks like quite a challenge. Play up the mountain and then down the mountain...and it was plenty breeeezy. Wide open, however. Hope to get back up there in the next couple of weeks. It'll probably take a full Saturday morning.
  4. Rightbench2004
    07-15-2010 05:38 PM
    Rightbench2004
    good course i take it? what makes it special/different? this is generally why courses are talked about .... cause they stand out
  5. A.E.Paul
    07-15-2010 01:41 PM
    A.E.Paul
    I just had enough time for one round at each of the courses. It took nearly 2:45 for 5 of us to play Seatac for the first time. I'm surprised that Seatac isn't more well known outside of the state.
  6. Rightbench2004
    07-13-2010 02:19 PM
    Rightbench2004
    it gets a bit sore. i've been playing multiple rounds a day for the purpose of NOT getting tired after a few. Especially for tournaments when u may play up to 3 rounds in a day.... u play 2 rounds at each of those courses the other day?
  7. A.E.Paul
    07-12-2010 11:50 PM
    A.E.Paul
    Tell me that your arm doesn't get tired after 4 rounds of disc golfing.

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